Understanding how African Americans experience adult literacy education
Corporate Name: University of Georgia
Date Published: 
Material Type: Research/Technical Report
Intended Audience: General
Physical Media: Print
Physical Description: 12 p.
Subjects: Sociocultural Patterns; Adult Literacy; Blacks
This research report presents the results of a pilot study for a dissertation study concerned with understanding how African Americans experience participation in adult literacy education and the possible implications this understanding has for enhancing their participation. The research was presented at the 1996 annual conference of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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